With almost year round hot and brutal weather, Thais are always coming up with unique ways to stay cool. From using umbrellas to block the sun to utilizing heat powder, people are certainly getting creative in order to beat the heat. One way to fight Thailand’s high temperatures is with a large serving of ice cream. The first ice cream machine made its way to the Kingdom during the reign of King Rama V. Ice cream back then was pretty mundane: coconut water blended with ice is all it took to create this treat that was consumed mostly by royals. Today, Thai ice cream is unlike any other dessert in the world. Its creativity reflects in everything, from how it is served to how it is made. There are plenty of cool places in the City of Angels selling the chilliest of desserts. Here, the best places for ice cream in Bangkok.
Creamery Boutique Ice Creams was founded in June 2012 by Ian Lee and Jerry Chompunuch Jomsangawong. This pet project soon turned into one of the most popular ice cream shops in Bangkok, and it has also received a certificate of excellence from TripAdvisor. The owners insist on small batch production. In doing so, they are able to maintain quality in all of the ice cream served here. With original recipes and delicious dessert combinations, you will have trouble deciding which particular option you want to devour. Creamery Boutique Ice Creams is affordable, delicious, and a must-visit destination for anyone with a sweet tooth.
Coconuts are a rare treat for those travelers coming from areas of the world in which they are not grown. Thailand is teeming with coconuts, however, andAll Coco is dedicated to creating treats and products with them. All Coco opened in 2014, and it has eight locations in and around Bangkok. They are passionate about one thing: coconuts. All Coco does everything from treating their coconut farmers with the utmost of respect to overseeing all the processes to get the coconuts from the farm to their shops. In addition to its mouthwatering ice cream, All Coco creates an abundance of coconut products, and they consider the manufacturing process truly an art form. All Coco’s coconut ice cream is served in a number of different ways: some of their unique ice cream combinations include their coco ice banana sandwich, coco smoothie, coco toast, and coco grilled banana waffle. All of their soft served coconut ice cream is gluten and dairy free, as well.
Various locations, +66 021 380 628